Ethylene glycol is mixed with water and used as an antifreeze in automobile cooling system. If a 50 % ( v / v ) solution is made using pure ethylene glycol and pure water, it will have a freezing point of about − 65 ° C . What will happen to the freezing point of the mixture if ethylene glycol is added until the concentration is 70 % ( v / v ) ethylene glycol? Explain your answer.

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Ethylene glycol is mixed with water and used as an antifreeze in automobile cooling system. If a 50 % ( v / v ) solution is made using pure ethylene glycol and pure water, it will have a freezing point of about 65 ° C . What will happen to the freezing point of the mixture if ethylene glycol is added until the concentration is 70 % ( v / v ) ethylene glycol? Explain your answer.

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